It happens. “It” being an IT disaster that can range from a simple server crash to business offices and datacenters destroyed by any number of environmental or malicious incidences. Few organizations find themselves immune, yet while developing and maintaining a tested disaster recovery strategy might top your CIO to-do list, time and resources often shift to revenue-generating IT initiatives.
In this article, Scott Kinka discusses a technology survey conducted by Evolve IP, highlighting key findings. For example, 34 percent of organizations have suffered a major incident that has required disaster recovery procedures. The report also shows that of those experiencing a major incident, 11 percent experienced permanent IT losses.
Kinka goes on to cover:
- what the leading causes of incidents are,
- implications of an IT disaster or outage,
- major drivers for disaster recovery,
- disaster recovery approaches.
The 2015 Evolve IP Disaster Recovery survey gained insight from 2084 IT professionals and executives during December 2014.
To read the full article on CIOZone.com, please click here: How Does Your Disaster Recovery Strategy Stack Up?
To read Evolve IP’s survey results, please click here: 2015 Evolve IP Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Survey Results